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Charlotte Opens Police De-Escalation Training Center

Charlotte Opens Police De-Escalation Training Center

The facility is the first of its kind in the Southeast, and will aid in continuing de-escalation training efforts for officers that will enhance communication skills and increase opportunities for better outcomes through real-life scenarios, according to the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department.

August 18, 2021

Austin City Council to Vote on Plan to Reopen Police Academy

Austin City Council to Vote on Plan to Reopen Police Academy

On Tuesday, city leaders heard from City Manager Spencer Cronk, who created a blueprint for restarting cadet classes. The blueprint lays out necessary changes that must be made before the academy starts, such as finalizing replacements for outdated and problematic training videos and bringing in a variety of community members to help teach courses.

March 24, 2021

Honolulu PD Using Open-Book Testing in Academy
Standout Pennsylvania Football Player Trades Jersey for Police Uniform
30 Georgia Troopers Fired Over Cheating in Academy

30 Georgia Troopers Fired Over Cheating in Academy

Colonel Mark W. McDonough said in a press conference Wednesday afternoon that the 106th trooper class was dismissed earlier on Wednesday morning. He said the class consisted of 30 troopers who graduated in August 2019.

January 30, 2020

Chicago Mayor Says Planned $95M Police Academy Should Be Bigger, Better
Cleveland Making It Easier for Lateral Transfers to Join Force

Swinerton, Golden West College Open Regional Criminal Justice Training Center

The new Criminal Justice Training Center consists of a two-story 38,932 square foot building that contains a new multi-purpose room, classrooms, force simulation room, faculty offices, lecture space, a lifetime fitness lab, a ready room, mat room, locker rooms, armory, administration and reception areas, and a conference room.

April 12, 2018

Baltimore Police Union Calls for Better Training for Recruits

Baltimore Police Union Calls for Better Training for Recruits

The president of the local police union in Baltimore on Monday thanked a police academy legal instructor for voicing concerns about the preparedness of new recruits who received guns and badges over the weekend, saying the "training deficiencies that he exposed are real and should, by no means, be allowed to continue."

February 6, 2018

Vacancies Prompt Virginia State Police to Offer Abbreviated Academy
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